Mandating comprehensive eye examinations for children where is the evidence

13-Feb-2017 05:16

reported 2/18/15 - Referred to Finance 2/18/15 - Amended - Passed Senate with amended title 3/2/15 - To House 3/3/15 - To Education - Introduced 1/14/15 - To Natural Resources then Government Organization - Com. reported 2/26/15 - Committee reference dispensed - Passed Senate 3/1/15 - To House 3/2/15 - To Roads and Transportation then Judiciary (original same as H. 2448) - Introduced 1/14/15 - To Agriculture and Rural Development then Health and Human Resources - Com. reported 2/10/15 - To Health and Human Resources 2/10/15 - Com.

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Education Code 49455 (no date available) required students have their vision screened upon enrollment and at least every third year thereafter until completion of the 8th grade. Chronic Health Conditions: Statute Chapter 169, Section 10-206 (2004) (b) and (c) requires a licensed school health professional to conduct a chronic disease health assessment that includes asthma for each pupil prior to pubic school enrollment; once in the once in the 6Vision and Hearing: Administrative Code 5 (2003) states, each public school student in kindergarten and in grades 2, 4, 7 and grades 9 or 10 shall receive a vision and a hearing screening by January 15". Vision and Hearing: Section 381.0056 (2012), Florida Statutes, defines “screening” to mean presumptive identification of unknown or unrecognized diseases or defects by the application of tests that can be given with ease and rapidity to apparently healthy persons.

reported 1/28/15 - Passed Senate 2/2/15 - Effective from passage - To House 2/3/15 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/17/15 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate amended House amendment and passed 2/19/15 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Senate amended House amendment and passed 2/20/15 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/23/15 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/27/15 (original same as H.

reported 1/28/15 - Passed Senate 2/2/15 - Effective July 1, 2015 - To House 2/3/15 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/11/15 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2015 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/12/15 - Effective July 1, 2015 - To Governor 2/19/15 - Approved by Governor 2/24/15 (original same as H.

reported 1/20/15 - Passed Senate 1/23/15 - To House 1/26/15 - To Industry and Labor then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/15 (original same as H.

reported 1/22/15 - Passed Senate 1/27/15 - To House 1/28/15 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/4/15 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 2/5/15 - House refused to recede and requested conference 2/9/15 - To conference 2/10/15 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 2/17/15 - Effective from passage - House adopted conference report and passed bill 2/18/15 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/25/15 - Approved by Governor 3/3/15 (original same as H.

Education Code 49455 (no date available) required students have their vision screened upon enrollment and at least every third year thereafter until completion of the 8th grade. Chronic Health Conditions: Statute Chapter 169, Section 10-206 (2004) (b) and (c) requires a licensed school health professional to conduct a chronic disease health assessment that includes asthma for each pupil prior to pubic school enrollment; once in the once in the 6Vision and Hearing: Administrative Code 5 (2003) states, each public school student in kindergarten and in grades 2, 4, 7 and grades 9 or 10 shall receive a vision and a hearing screening by January 15". Vision and Hearing: Section 381.0056 (2012), Florida Statutes, defines “screening” to mean presumptive identification of unknown or unrecognized diseases or defects by the application of tests that can be given with ease and rapidity to apparently healthy persons.

reported 1/28/15 - Passed Senate 2/2/15 - Effective from passage - To House 2/3/15 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/17/15 - Title amended - Effective from passage - Senate amended House amendment and passed 2/19/15 - Effective from passage - Senate requests return of bill from House - Senate reconsidered effective date and passage - Senate amended House amendment and passed 2/20/15 - Effective from passage - House concurred in Senate amendment and passed 2/23/15 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/27/15 (original same as H.

reported 1/28/15 - Passed Senate 2/2/15 - Effective July 1, 2015 - To House 2/3/15 - To Education then Finance - 2nd reference dispensed - Amended - Passed House 2/11/15 - Title amended - Effective July 1, 2015 - Senate concurred in House amendments and passed bill 2/12/15 - Effective July 1, 2015 - To Governor 2/19/15 - Approved by Governor 2/24/15 (original same as H.

reported 1/20/15 - Passed Senate 1/23/15 - To House 1/26/15 - To Industry and Labor then Finance - To House Finance 2/19/15 (original same as H.

reported 1/22/15 - Passed Senate 1/27/15 - To House 1/28/15 - To Judiciary - Amended - Passed House 2/4/15 - Title amended - Senate refused to concur in House amendment 2/5/15 - House refused to recede and requested conference 2/9/15 - To conference 2/10/15 - Senate adopted conference report and passed bill 2/17/15 - Effective from passage - House adopted conference report and passed bill 2/18/15 - Effective from passage - To Governor 2/25/15 - Approved by Governor 3/3/15 (original same as H.

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